Microsoft 3D desktop with Kinect concept revealed
Get ready for your jaw to drop
By Marc Chacksfield
Microsoft may be currently prepping Windows 8http://www.techradar.com/news/software/operating-systems/hands-on-windows-8-review-1025259
for the world, but it has still found time to allow all of us a peak at what is to come in the near future, showing off a 3D desktop concept which uses Kinect functionality.
Shown off at its TechForum, the bods at Microsoft Research explained that the 3D-enabled desktop uses a see-through Samsung OLED screen and a Kinect sensor – combined they create a virtual desktop that can be controlled by swipes and gestures.
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